We are the Charities and Communities Coordinators, supporting Norland students and staff in charitable and community activities.
It’s exciting to think how much potential we have, with all our skills and knowledge, to support and contribute to the local and wider community. Last academic year (2018-19), over £6,500 was donated by Norland to charities through our fundraising!
If you would like to get involved or would like to talk to us about your ideas please contact us Contact us
Georgina’s 2.6 Challenge
Georgina, Set 42, is taking part in the 2.6 Challenge this weekend by taking her dog Hugo for a walk in order to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West. Support here
Charity Bike Ride for Children’s Hospice South West
Victoria, Lucy, Emily, Lotti, Erin and Hatty (Set 42 students) are completing a charity bike ride for Children’s Hospice South West in April 2020. The students will be doing a 200 mile bike ride in which they will pass through all three hospices.
They are looking for people to donate or lend cycle gloves, cycling shorts, base layers, rain gear, eye protection, inner tubes, puncture repair kit and pump, bike multi tool, lights, a cycle computer such as a Garmin or six bikes. Donate here
Victoria’s Bath Half for Mind
Victoria, Set 42, is running the Bath Half Marathon for Bath Mind in March 2020. Donate here
Olivia’s Bath Half for Children’s Hospice South West
Olivia, Set 41, will be running the Bath Half Marathon in March 2020 in order to raise funds for Children’s Hospice South West.
Abi’s Bath Half for NSPCC
Abi, Set 41, is running the Bath Half Marathon in March 2020 to raise money for NSPCC.
Katie runs a half marathon
Senior Lecturer Katie Crouch ran the Bath Half Marathon in March 2020. Katie, who had never run a half marathon before, raised money for the SHINE charity who have previously supported her family. Find out more about SHINE and Katie’s story and donate at the link below. Donate here
A Bring and Buy sale and raffle for Toilet Twinning raised £342.12 for the charity in January 2020. This led to five Norland loos being twinned with toilets in Pakistan, Cote d’Ivoire, Central African Republic, Honduras and Uganda.